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The Japanese aviation industry is making serious efforts to cut carbon dioxide emissions as the government has declared a goal of achieving carbon neutrality in the country by 2050.

The industry hopes to utilize sustainable aviation fuel, or SAF, made from plant-based ingredients to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from burning jet fuel. Airplanes emit more carbon dioxide than other modes of transport.

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